Heidi and Greg Miller Single Parent Scholarship

Hi All-

I wanted to share this again, in case you have met any students who might qualify for our Heidi and Greg Miller Single Parent Scholarship. We have extended our priority review to 3/31/24.

The Heidi and Greg Miller Single Parent Cohort Scholarship at the University of Utah was set up to help defray the cost of higher education for undergraduate, single-parent students. The scholarships are intended to support students and cover tuition and fees associated with their first undergraduate degree. The scholarship award can also cover the cost of childcare, or other associated costs of attendance.

Miller scholars will be a part of a cohort and will be required to: meet with their WRC Education Navigator and attend in person cohort gatherings during the academic year for skill-building, support, community, and celebrations.

Applicants must:

* Reside in the state of Utah and be able to participate in cohort gatherings

* Identify as a single parent

* Maintain at least 9 credit hours each semester, but scholars are encouraged to go full-time if they can

* Have and maintain a GPA of at least 2.70, and

* Demonstrate financial need as indicated by the FAFSA. (If a student is ineligible to fill out a FAFSA then they must complete the student aid estimator which can be found here https://studentaid.gov/aid-estimator/ and email financialaid@utah.edu a copy of that estimate and include the name of this scholarship and their UNID.)

*Please note:* Selected scholarship finalists will be invited to an interview with member(s) of the WRC scholarship selection committee before award decisions are made. This is a renewable scholarship year-to-year as long as the scholar maintains their GPA and is an active participant in the scholarship cohort.

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out to our Center.



Kirstin Maanum, MPH



Women’s Resource Center

Office 801-585-1098


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